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MTA Metro-North to accommodate Conn. work

Rail| August 16, 2010
Involves the replacement of the 100-year-old overhead catenary wires that supply power to trains as well as the reconstruction of five rail bridges in this critical section of the New Haven Line.

Allison hybrid system to be offered on Orion VII

Bus| August 16, 2010
Orion stated that the Allison Hybrid H 40 EP is now being quoted for active bids and will be available in 2011.
Bus| August 16, 2010

MBTA finishes FY 2010 with $1.2M surplus

In three of the previous four fiscal years, the transit agency needed to draw from its modest savings to plug end-of-the-year deficits, including a $33.3 million hole in 2009.
Rail| August 16, 2010

FRA receives 77 HSR grant apps from 25 states

Requests total more than $8.5 billion and will be considered for funding from more than $2.3 billion appropriated in FY 2010.
Bus| August 16, 2010

Minn. Valley Transit updates Website

The MVTA Board approved the Website update at its May meeting, with plans to launch by September 1. Work was completed ahead of schedule and the site launched Aug. 16.
Motorcoach| August 16, 2010

U.S. DOT proposes seat belts on all new motorcoaches

NHTSA is seeking public comment on the proposal for the next 90 days. The proposal is the latest in U.S. DOT efforts to improve motorcoach safety, including a Motorcoach Safety Action Plan released earlier this year.
University| August 16, 2010

U. Va. to boot vehicles with delinquent tickets

The devices, which lock onto the wheels and immobilize the vehicle, must be unlocked by a parking and transportation employee.
University| August 16, 2010

UTA ups fare for community college students

SLCC will subsidize passes for 700 students, bringing the cost down from $50 to $15. A UTA committee will track the number of passes sold each month and give recommendations.
University| August 16, 2010

Va. Tech preps Bus Tracker app for launch

Students and community residents can send their location and Blacksburg Transit route number to VT Bus Tracker to receive estimated bus arrival time and number of passengers currently on board.
Bus| August 16, 2010

Web Extra: Illinois transit expands campus bus service

Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System’s Universal Access Program allows students and staff on participating campuses to present their college ID cards instead of paying a fare. Heartland Community College is new to the program. Lincoln Community College renewed its contract.

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